Marymount Manhattan

  • Jessica Sgambelluri ‘14 Photo by David Flores ‘15 Jessica Sgambelluri ‘14
    Photo by David Flores ‘15
  • Choreography by Cherice Barton Photo by Rosalie O’Connor Choreography by Cherice Barton
    Photo by Rosalie O’Connor
  • Choreography by Tami Stronach Photo by Rosalie O’Connor Choreography by Tami Stronach
    Photo by Rosalie O’Connor
  • Choreography by Robert Battle Photo by Rosalie O’Connor Choreography by Robert Battle
    Photo by Rosalie O’Connor
  • Choreography by Alessandra Prosperi Photo by Eduardo Patino Choreography by Alessandra Prosperi
    Photo by Eduardo Patino
  • Jarred Bosch ‘15 Photo by David Flores ‘15 Jarred Bosch ‘15
    Photo by David Flores ‘15
  • Choreography by Katie Langan Photo by Rosalie O’Connor Choreography by Katie Langan
    Photo by Rosalie O’Connor

Department of Dance

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in the 

Dance Department!

 

Choreography by Ray Mercer, Photo by Eduardo PatinoChoreography by Ray Mercer, Photo by Eduardo Patino

To schedule an audition in NYC:
Application for the Dance Department

New York City

  • January 24
  • February 14
  • February 28
  • March 14 

To schedule an audition regionally:

Please proceed to our page on Acceptd for further instruction. 

Austin

  • January 4

Chicago 

  • January 17 

San Francisco 

  • January 18 

West Palm Beach 

  • February 21  

It is to your advantage to audition in person. If extreme circumstances prevent travel a video application can be submitted at Acceptd.

Confirmation of the audition date is done in via email upon receipt of all materials by the Dance Department. Applications are due two weeks prior to the intended audition date. Applicants who miss the deadline will need to reschedule for an audition at a later date. Students will not be allowed to audition until all application materials have been submitted to the College.  Please keep in mind the Dance Department can not release your decision until you have been admitted by the Office of Admission.

 

Scholarships

At the audition, candidates compete for dance scholarships, renewable for three years if the student remains in the dance program and maintains a 3.0 grade point average. Dance scholarships are awarded on the basis of talent and former academic record.

Scholarships recipients are informed of their awards from the dance department when financial aid packets are sent from the college following the entire audition season. In addition, the College offers many academic scholarships; contact the Admissions Office at 212.517.0430 for further information about these scholarships and other questions regarding acceptance to the College.